Warham camp is the best known and best preserved iron age hill forts in Norfolk. Hills aren’t that popular here, we like our sky to go right up to the edges of everything whenever possible, but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist, it’s not the fens, those are flat. That said this and Bloodgate Hill aren’t exactly Maiden Castle, Dorset we aren’t, but it does still sit neatly on an area of high ground. In fact it sits on the edge of the River Stiffkey just up off the flood plain looking out across the valley, commanding some rather nice elevated views, some of which hasn’t really changed much in two millennia including the fort itself. Above you can see the Northern edge with the more contemporary entrance way cut through the banks and ditches.
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